Nestled on a tranquil stretch of Non Nuoc Beach, the gateway to the vibrant city of Danang and UNESCO-listed Hoi An, the five-star Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa has been a desirable destination for families, friends, and couples to unwind together since its opening in 2011. Now, following a series of important upgrades, the resort is ready to elevate your experience to even greater heights. From refurbished villas to an expanded kids’ club, an enhanced Italian restaurant, an all-new beach club, as well as an art gallery, the Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa promises exceptional experiences for all ages.
Once you arrive at the resort, you are greeted with warm smiles and ‘xin chào’ from the Hyatt Regency team. The resort’s recent extensions and renovations have it looking fresh and modern. Not too sure where to begin your pampering experience? How about going for a dip in the clear blue sea or opt for a lounge chair to chill out by one of the 7 pools? Adults looking for some peace and quiet can hop into the adults’ preferred pool or enjoy some much-needed relaxation time at Vie Spa. The Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa is the ultimate family destination in Danang with room types that include suites, 1-bedroom villas, and even 3-bedroom villas designed for family, friends, or multi-generational stays.
Contemporary design accented by Vietnamese-style architectural elements, indigenous timber, ceramic tea settings, and Oriental art exuding a relaxing Asian resort ambiance, that's what defines the Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa. The resort offers a range of room types and many with gorgeous sea views. It comprises 198 guestrooms and suites, 142 one-to-three-bedroom residences, and 18 three-bedroom villas.
If you're looking to house the whole gang under one roof for a stay at the resort, look no further as the resort’s 18 luxurious three-bedroom Pool Villas have been refurbished with new interior furnishings, furniture, and enhanced facilities, plus a garden area where families can play together! What's more, the area has also been fitted with a new direct pathway from the villas to the beach which will put the soft sand of Non Nuoc Beach right at your doorstep!
Entertain the kids throughout your holiday at the Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa as they offer endless kids' activities! The all-new expanded and relaunched Camp Hyatt is a kids' haven. This fun oasis is inspired by Vietnam’s myths and legends. With four distinct indoor and outdoor play zones – Earth, Water, Fire, and Wood – this immersive kids’ club features an exhilarating array of activities, including toddler play pits, ball pools, canopy swings, climbing nets, a water obstacle course, and more.
Aside from play spaces, there are also daily scheduled activities including crafts and pizza cooking class. The indoor area also features spaces for kids to hang out to play video games! For the outdoorsy kiddos, a huge rock climbing wall and volleyball court await. And there's more! Camp Hyatt also hosts an inflatable pool challenge that will make for loads of laughs and create lasting memories. Older tweens and teens can look forward to the soon-to-be-launch zip line!
Adding to the plethora of opportunities for you to relax at the Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa is the opening of Vive Océane in June this year. The first beach club restaurant of its kind in Danang, this alfresco lounge will tantalize your taste buds with its French-Mediterranean and Vietnamese cuisine, crafted using the freshest ingredients and local seafood. The resto offers cabanas ideal for some cuddle time, a show kitchen that adds a sense of culinary theater, as well as regular entertainment shows, DJs, and bands that create an upbeat atmosphere. Vive Océane is also a great venue for hosting outdoor events!
Little Steps Asia was honored to be at the official launch party of Vive Océane. Be prepared to go on a taste journey at the resto with their exquisite French-Mediterranean and Vietnamese fare as well as their weekly themed BBQ!
The newly opened, Terrasse offers pre-dinner drinks, artistic cocktails, and thoughtfully crafted canapés. Check out their oh-s0-comfy sofas, “brazero” fire pits, and classic silent movies that are screened daily, adding to its enchanting ambiance during the golden hours of the day.
Osteria al Mare, the resort’s authentic Italian restaurant has been rebranded and reimagined with a creative new concept. Overseen by Executive Chef Pierre Tavernier and Italian Chef Marco Pistillo, the restaurant showcases casual and contemporary Italian cuisine including freshly-made pasta and a social “Share Share” concept which is great for families and friends. Be sure to try their delicious Agnolotti Di Funghi E Capesante!
Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa is the perfect gateway to all the Central Coast has to offer. Perfectly located in Danang, you can enjoy a 15-minute journey to the ancient city and UNESCO World Heritage site, Hoi An. Take it easy and enjoy a river boat tour, shop for leather goods, or have a tasty Vietnamese treat like coconut ice cream to keep you cool as you continue your adventure through the maze of Hoi An. The resort is also just hours away from the former capital of Hue.
My Son Sanctuary, home to the remaining palatial constructs of the Champa Kings and deemed Vietnam’s most significant archaeological site, lies just outside of Danang. Naturists will also be enchanted by the forested areas of Bach Ma and Son Tra Peninsula, where rare monkey species and other beautiful sights abound.
Just a stone's throw away from the Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa is the Marble Mountains. This is a cluster of five marble and limestone hills with cave entrances and numerous tunnels. If you're feeling adventurous, climb to the summit of Mount Thủy. Several Buddhist sanctuaries can also be found within the mountains!
Check out the Art Gallery, an exclusive space for talented local and visiting artists to exhibit their work and to provide an original attraction for culture seekers. This collaborative venue was launched with the exhibition by Réhahn, the globally-recognized photographer.